July 30, 2021
Monday, Apple rolled out a zero-day vulnerability patch on iOS, iPad, and macOS operating system devices. Security Issue
July 29, 2021
ZDnet and Threatpost reported this week that a $49 piece of malware named "XLoader" is for sale on the dark web, and it works on Mac machines as well as Windows.
July 28, 2021
While the federal government boosts funding for cybersecurity programs and enacts new laws to protect individuals and businesses against cyberattacks, some states are pushing through their own laws to secure things.
July 27, 2021
On July 14, Sonicwall, a networking equipment manufacturer, posted an urgent message on its website to alert customers of a serious ransomware threat using some of its products.
July 26, 2021
Instagram recently launched a new feature designed to help users whose accounts have been hacked regain control. The feature is called "Security Checkup."
July 26, 2021
The Android threat aptly named Joker is back again, and this time it packs an even more potent punch and is upgraded to evade detection more efficiently.
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